Good ‘Ol Fiber Optics

With an increase in need for phone service, businesses are now being able to spend less and receive better quality. VoIP was introduced as a new, cheaper technology but was soon made known of all the possible problems. With the cost of fiber optic technology, the gold standard in phone service, lowering and the worsening VoIP quality rising, it’s a no brainer for successful companies nowadays. Some companies such use exclusively fiber optic technology. Other toll free number service providers still use the less reliable VoIP, which does not provide the consistent connections of fiber optics. In fact, in some circumstances with VoIP, if the power fails, phone calls cannot be transmitted at all. Get more information on the differences and virtues of each type of system here.

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Major Toll Free Providers Switch to Fiber Optic Lines

As the use of toll free phone service grows at record rates, the popularity of fiber optic toll free service is now far exceeding that of VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service.

In fact, recent news reports indicate that many companies are dropping VoIP systems and replacing them with fiber optic service, the most advanced technology available.

Read more here.

Telecoms Turning Away from VoIP in Favor of Fiber Optics

Hearing more and more about fiber optics lately. Fiber optics used for telecommunications is still considered more reliable than VoIP, particularly for long distance calls, because it allows for longer intervals of signal transmission without interruptions. Fiber optics provides a quality connection that ensures clarity in every call. With this technology, optical fibers are used instead of metal, reducing lost connections from electromagnetic interference. Fiber optics is also considered more secure. It is difficult, if not impossible, to detect motion through the fibers. This reduces concerns over phone calls being improperly monitored.

Studies Show VoIP Service Lacks Quality, Reliability

Recent reports about difficulties with broadband (VoIP) phone service is are no surprise to many of us in the telecommunications industry. Unlike fiber optic service, VoIP service may be lost during power outages. Connections to faxes are often problematic as are calls for emergency services. VoIP users may also find that some calls wont connect to the other party. And recent news reports mentioned concerns about connecting with 911 emergency services. Until these glitches are fixed, fiber optics is considered a superior option, particularly for toll free phone service.

VoIP Phone Lines Problematic With 911

The Timesunion.com has reported troubles with broadband phone service and 911. Phone service over the Internet can cause problems for callers trying to reach 911 that traditional phone lines (and fiber optic technology) don’t have. Emergency assistance professionals are advising callers whose home phone line is the Internet to manually check to see that the 911 system knows where to find them.

Fiber-Optic & Toll Free Service

As the use of toll free phone service grows at record rates, the popularity of fiber optic toll free service is now far exceeding that of VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service.

Read more here.

Internet Phone Lines May Be Problematic With 911 Calls

The Timesunion.com is reporting troubles with broadband phone service and 911. Phone service over the Internet can cause problems for callers trying to reach 911 that traditional phone lines (and fiber optic technology) don’t have. Emergency assistance professionals are advising callers whose home phone line is the Internet to manually check to see that the 911 system knows where to find them.

Toll Free Service Utilizes Fiber-Optics

As the use of toll free phone service grows at record rates, the popularity of fiber optic toll free service is now far exceeding that of VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service.

In fact, recent news reports indicate that many companies are dropping VoIP systems and replacing them with fiber optic service, the most advanced technology available.

Read more here.

The Best Toll Free Service is Via Fiber-Optics

As the use of toll free phone service grows at record rates, the popularity of fiber optic toll free service is now far exceeding that of VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) service.

In fact, recent news reports indicate that many companies are dropping VoIP systems and replacing them with fiber optic service, the most advanced technology available.

Read more here.

Using Fiber-Optic Phone Lines with Your Toll Free Service

Fiber optics is considered more secure. It is difficult, if not impossible, to detect motion through the fibers. This reduces concerns over phone calls being improperly monitored.

Some companies such use exclusively fiber optic technology. Other toll free number service providers still use the less reliable VoIP, which does not provide the consistent connections of fiber optics. In fact, in some circumstances with VoIP, if the power fails, phone calls cannot be transmitted at all.

Read more here.